"The Little Couple's" Jen Arnold will let TLC cameras to document her battle with cancer

Arnold recently learned she has a rare form of cancer.

Discovery Channel to air "The Making of Mandela" on Sunday

Narrated by "Homeland" vet David Harewood, the documentary will air in the middle of the day on Sunday.

Twitter's CEO's goal is to get Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Melissa McCarthy to start tweeting
They are the holdout CEO Dick Costelo most wants tweeting on his social networking site.

Shonda Rhimes explains last night's "Scandal" torture scene
"Everybody in the (writers') room accepted it because we're not watching the show," she says. "I feel like we're fighting against the very traditional idea that we see these people and we identify with them and therefore they must be good. On our show, we see these people and we identify with them — that doesn't mean they're good by any stretch of the imagination." PLUS: Jeff Perry on Cyrus, and examining all of Mellie's hairdos.

"Murphy Brown" stars to reunite in NYC
They'll celebrate the 25th anniversary on Wednesday at The Museum of Modern Art.

MTV orders "Shannara" from Jon Favreau and "Smallville" creators
Terry Brooks' popular fantasy books are set to become an MTV drama series, with Favreau producing and direction.

Introducing Seth Meyers' "Late Night" writing staff
Meyers' writers will be headed up by current Weekend Update head writer Alex Baze.

ABC locks up "Peanuts" through 2020
Charlie Brown and his specials are staying on ABC.

PBS sending out a "Downton Abbey" tea truck on the streets of NYC
The mobile truck will provide free tea and biscuits in advance of the season premiere.

Conan and Jim Parsons raid "The Big Bang Theory" set
The CBS comedy films nearby the "Conan" set.

See Marge Simpson finally get a new outfit, thanks to "Project Runway"

"The Simpsons" star was part of last night's "All-Stars" challenge.

Mandy Patinkin shaves off his "Homeland" beard

The clean-shaven Patinkin talked about Saul Berenson this week in an interview with Charlie Rose.

Norman Weiss has been doing TV Tattle since the week "Freaks and Geeks" was canceled. He is a Hollywood outsider who was born and raised in Hollywood. "American Idol" and "Dancing with the Stars" are broadcast 2 blocks from his high school.